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Fall Fun in Your Backyard!

Welcome to Fall Fun in Your Backyard!


As the temperatures begin to cool and the leaves start to change, there’s no better time than fall to enjoy the outdoors in your backyard. Here are some of the top things to do this fall in your backyard:

1. Have a backyard bonfire – What better way to enjoy the crisp autumn air than by gathering around a warm fire with friends and family? Don’t forget the s’mores!

2. Host a movie night – Nothing beats snuggling up under a cozy blanket and watching a movie on a cool fall night. Invest in a projector and outdoor screen, and you’ll be set for the season.

3. Plant a fall garden – Even though summer is over, there’s still plenty of time to plant a fall garden. Plant vegetables like kale, spinach, and carrots, and enjoy the harvest long after the leaves have fallen.

4. Build a patio enclosure – Enjoy the outdoors even more this fall by building a patio enclosure. Sitting around a fire pit, cooking on a grill, or simply enjoying a fall evening outside will all be more enjoyable with a patio enclosure.

5. Play fall games – There’s nothing that says Fall fun like a good game of cornhole or ladder toss to make the most of your backyard this fall. Grab some friends and family and enjoy some friendly competition.

6. Have a backyard campout – From roasting marshmallows to telling stories around the fire, a backyard campout is the perfect way to enjoy the outdoors this fall. Don’t forget to bundle up!

7. Go on a nature scavenger hunt – Explore your backyard and have fun searching for items on a nature scavenger hunt. Collect leaves, pine cones, and acorns and bring them home for the perfect autumn decoration.

8. Enjoy a fall picnic – Fresh autumn air, a blanket in the grass, and delicious snacks – it doesn’t get much better than a fall picnic.


This fall, make the most of your backyard and enjoy all the outdoor activities that the season has to offer. With a patio enclosure, you can be sure to enjoy the outdoors even more this autumn.